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07703 670654 info@staceymillerconsultancy.co.uk

Stacey Miller Consultancy specialises in drugs and alcohol awareness and surrounding issues including substance misuse and mental health providing training and education for practitioners and service users.

My training offerings can be broken down into the following categories:

Substance Abuse, including; Drugs awareness, Alcohol and brief intervention awareness, New psychoactive substances and emerging trends, Cannabis, Working with families affected by substance use

Mental Health, including; Mental health awareness, Self harm, Anxiety

Relationships, including; Sex and alcohol

Behaviour change, including; Motivational interviewing, Cognitive behaviour approaches, Managing challenging behaviour, Developing and maintaining professional boundaries

I am available to do any of the above or a combination, please do not hesitate to contact me and I will do my utmost to meet your objectives.  I aim to be your main resource and support in training and education.

Bespoke courses can be customised to meet the needs of an organisation.

Every full-day course includes a certificate of attendance, complimentary refreshments and a USB stick!!

Download a printable list of courses available.

Some courses are co-delivered with The Red Group.

Is the course you’re looking for not listed? Don’t panic!

Are you after a bespoke workshop, or a conference organiser?

I can work with you to offer customised training based on your clients, staff and demographic – for anything from small group training,  company -workshops, youth conferences, schools or event private individuals.

The only Cognitive Behavioural Therapy awareness day course in England!

Email info@staceymillerconsultancy.co.uk or phone 07703670654 to book in house training!

Read a blog I wrote about my personal experience of CBT:


I also had the pleasure of working with Bournemouth University, raising awareness of CBT.

Training programme for a day course:

09:30 Coffee and registration

09:45 Welcome and introductions

10:00 What is CBA and CBT (intro and short video)

10:45 Thoughts Feelings Behaviours Cycles

11:15 Coffee/tea break

11:30 Tackling Negative Automatic Thoughts (NATs) (different distorted thinking styles, how to recognise them and then challenge them)

12:45 Lunch

13:30 Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Techniques (Bingo after lunch!  Learn approx 26 different techniques)

14:45 Coffee/tea break

15:00 Case studies (Put what you have learnt into practice.  Will be real case life stories related to your job)

16:00 Further information, advice and support (I write a directory of more info on websites, free resources, mobile phone apps and videos)

16:30 Evaluation and close

Full list of Training and Workshops available

For bespoke options or to book me for a conference please get in touch to see how I can help you!

Training Topics Available Full Day Half Day 2-hour Workshop
Alcohol awareness Flyer
Anger management
Anti bullying
Assertiveness skills
Cognitive behavioural approaches Flyer
Dealing with stress
Developing and maintaining professional boundaries
Drugs including ‘legal highs’ (NPS) awareness Flyer 1 / Flyer 2
Food and mood
Goal setting
How to set up a successful charity organisation
How to utilise social media for your organisation
Introduction to Youth Work
Managing anxiety
Managing challenging behaviour
Managing peer pressure
Mental health awareness Flyer
Motivational interviewing Flyer
Relationships and sex education Flyer
Safeguarding vulnerable adults and children
Self esteem and resilience
Sex and alcohol
Social media explained (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Linkedin) with live tutorials
Time management
Trustee governance
Understanding domestic abuse and violence Flyer
Understanding how to write successful funding applications
Understanding risks and potential abuse online
Understanding self harm Flyer
Understanding the terms radicalisation, extremish and terrorism and how we protect children
Wellness in the work place Flyer
Working with families affected
by substance misuse
Youth engagement
Youth work practice advanced
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